This plugin allows you to authenticate users to remote SMTP servers bridging the original user and password to the remote server, and proxy the result back to authenticate the client.
This plugin is meant to be used with the plugin
It is different than
auth/auth_proxy because it doesn’t require
the AUTH user in firstname.lastname@example.org format, and it doesn’t check that
the domain is the configuration file. This plugins simply takes
the original user and password and tries to authenticate it in the
remote SMTP server.
Configuration is stored in
config/smtp_bridge.ini and uses the INI
The configuration of this plugin is simple:
host=localhost #port= #auth_type= #priority=10
- host: the host where you will be authenticating and posting,
smtp.host.tld. This is the only setting required.
If needed you can also set
- port: default to empty and Haraka will use 25.
priority will be used by